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Today we’re announcing new guidelines and an updated PageSpeed Insights tool to help webmasters optimize their mobile pages for best rendering performance.Google Publishes Guidelines For Optimizing Mobile Site Pages [googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com]
Prioritizing above-the-fold content: The above-the-fold HTML, CSS, and JS is known as the critical rendering path.
We can achieve sub-second rendering of the above-the-fold content on mobile networks by applying the following best practices:
The "less than one second" thing is very achievable but it depends on your site. ymmv.
They appear to want me to remove my only css file until the ATF content is rendered - how can I do that? The css file controls what all the content looks like, including ATF.
They want me to use browser cache to display the top picture - but it will almost never be in a users cache for my website because the pic is specific to that page.
Server must render the response (< 200 ms)